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  • 1. C. R. Jakobson Gymnasium<br />MargaretThatcher<br />Author: Grete Mägi<br />11C<br />Supervisors: Marje Maasen<br />Tiia Pukk<br />2011<br />
  • 2. Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the UK 1979-1990<br />
  • 3. Denis Thatcher<br />MargaretThatcher and her daughter Carol (2009)<br />
  • 4. EarlyLife and Education<br />Shewasborn on 13 October 1925 inGrantham<br />Father Alfred Roberts-analderman and a Methodist<br />MotherBeatrice Ethel<br />Huntingtower Road PrimarySchool<br />A scholarship to Kesteven and GranthamGirls’ School<br />SomervilleCollege, Oxford<br />SecondClassHonoursin 1947<br />BachelorofSciencedegree<br />
  • 5. President of the Oxford University Conservative Association in 1946<br />Moved to Colchester in Essex<br />Local Conservative Association <br />The party conference at Llandudno in 1948<br />University Graduate Conservative Association<br />Met Denis Thatcherin 1951<br />MovedtoDartford<br />
  • 6. Margaret Thatcher at work as a qualified chemist in 1950<br />
  • 7. EarlyPoliticalCareer<br />General electionsinFebruary 1950 and October 1951<br />Lostbothtimes<br />MarriedDenis Thatcherin 1951<br />1953 Mark and Carol<br />MemberofParliament (1959–1970)<br />EducationSecretary (1970–1974)<br />Leader of the Opposition (1975–1979)<br />Prime Minister (1979–1990)<br />
  • 8. Campaigning for Dartford during the General Election in 1951<br />
  • 9. Economy and Taxation<br />Monetarist thinking<br />MiltonFriedman and Friedrich vonHayek<br />Loweredtaxes<br />City TechnologyColleges<br />TheSocial Market Foundation<br />PollTaxRiotsin 1990<br />
  • 10. MargaretThatcherFoundation<br />Formedin 1991<br />Political and economicfreedom<br />Fivebroadgoals<br />Educationalprogram<br />The distribution to university libraries<br />
  • 11. Post-Commons<br />“Geopoliticalconsultant“ for Philip Morris<br />Maastricht Treaty<br />Honorary Chancellor of the College of William and Mary<br />HonoraryoftheUniversity of Buckingham (1992–1999)<br />Statecraft: Strategies for a Changing World<br />
  • 12. Since 2003<br />Sir Denis Thatcherdiedin 2003<br />Her 80th birthdayin 2005<br />A statue in the Houses of Parliament<br />
  • 13. An official portrait by the artist Richard Stone<br />Small strokes<br />Royal Wedding<br />
  • 14. Legacy<br />PrivyCouncillorin 1970<br />A peer in the House of Lords in 1992<br />A Lady Companion of the Order of the Garterin 1995<br />A Fellow of the Royal Societyin 1983<br />ThePresidential Medal ofFreedom<br />TheRepublican Senatorial Medal of Freedom<br />TheRonald Reagan Freedom Award<br />A patron of the Heritage Foundation<br />
  • 15. References<br />http://shrt.st/12oa<br />http://shrt.st/12oc<br />http://shrt.st/12od<br />http://shrt.st/12oe<br />http://shrt.st/12to<br />http://shrt.st/12tx<br />http://shrt.st/12wn<br />http://shrt.st/12wo<br />

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